DAC Bryghuspladsen 10, Copenhagen, Denmark

INSPIRE: Archives and international co-operations Chair: Prof. Christoph Grafe, Architecture History Theory, Flanders Architecture Institute, AntwerpSee speakers and further description under ‘Sessions’ Architectural archives and collections are generally rooted in and fed from a particular regional or national context. Their genesis and development therefore tend to reflect the particular histories of architecture and urban planning ... Read more

ICAM 20 – Conference sessions

Architektur Museum TU München , Germany

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ICAM 20 – Session 4 – Influence and Impact

Architektur Museum TU München , Germany

During the 20thCentury some exhibitions or cultural programs developed by architecture museums and institutesplayed a decisive role in the development of the discipline of architecture, its theory anditspractice. The history of architecture exhibitions showssome striking examples of exhibitions that proved to helpdirect the course of architectural thinking. Not only the monographic exhibition that presents an ... Read more

ICAM 20 – Session 2 – Interlocking Ways of DoingResearch

Architektur Museum TU München , Germany

Discursive practices between academia, the cultural field, and designAn architecture museum is not necessarily a research or knowledge institution in the academic sense of the term. Yet, curatorial research, archival research, literature surveys and simply knowing what is happening in the world outside the museum are all necessary ingredients to achieve a succesful public programme ... Read more